Tag Archive for Schizophrenia

Creative Minds: Is Being Nuts the New...

on July 30, 2013 by

An article from Scientific American was bounced among the posts of creative types last week like a game of dodgeball in a…

Under the Influence: Why We Let Others...

on July 1, 2013 by

This all begins with The Sopranos. I keep saying that I’m currently ‘revisiting’ the series, but that’s because I’m too embarrassed to admit…

Imagining Lagerfeld: Symposium in the...

on March 7, 2013 by

Whenever the Paris collections roll around, I’m reminded I haven’t touched base with my imaginary best friend, Karl Lagerfeld.  As some readers…

My Nominee for the Schizo Hall of Fame

on October 7, 2012 by

I knew this day would come… The day that would make me finally, irrevocably hate myself.

At least the Rock and Roll Hall…

Imagining Lagerfeld: “There Is No...

on October 2, 2012 by

“This is absolutely ridiculous!” huffed my imaginary best friend Karl Lagerfeld when I conjured him up to meet me for a workout…

A Miraculous Cure for AIDS

on July 6, 2012 by

There’s nothing like numbers to get the hyper-religious mind believing in the impossible. Must be because they sound like math and science. …

Saint Margaret of Grantham

on January 19, 2012 by

THE KILLOUGH CHRONICLES | REVIEW

by James Killough  @James_Killough

This might be a controversial headline for the PFC review of Iron Lady, but fear not, I haven’t gone over to the dark side and become an ultra-right-wing Thatcherite.  It’s just my usual skewed…

A Bruce Campbell Story

on August 7, 2011 by

It has become de rigueur here at PFC to lead off every other article with an image of a hunky, often shirtless, model or actor. Since blogmaster and militant gay activist James Killough decided to go with a Terry Gilliam-meets-Tetsuo look for his Devil’s Double review the other day, it falls upon me to…

Why I’m Voting For Sarah Palin

on May 31, 2011 by

THE KILLOUGH CHRONICLES

by James Killough

I’m kidding.  Sheesh.  Relax.  I don’t vote, for two reasons: 1) the American political process bores me because it’s usually much the same of the same old shit, although the Obama/Hillary run-off did get my attention; 2) as long as…

Let Them Eat Starbucks

on April 25, 2011 by

THE KILLOUGH CHRONICLES

by James Killough

Global warming has left my former city of residence, London, sweltering in spring, and Los Angeles gloomy and chilly.  While Tuttle and I were driving back from the gym yesterday, he looked at the sky and sighed, “I feel so…